Death of Qing Han

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Qing Han was a very influential personality with a huge fan base on multiple social media platforms, including Instagram and Twitter. She started growing her fan base on DeviantArt after a friend introduced her to the platform in 2005. Her artwork quickly drew the attention of members of the online art community and this encouraged her to pursue her dream of becoming a professional artist. She was awarded DeviantArt’s Deviousness Award in February 2017 in recognition of her efforts to help and mentor other aspiring artists on DeviantArt.

Qinni also managed an Instagram account where she posted images of her work. She had 2.2 million followers on the platform at the time of her death and more than 186,000 followers on Twitter. Qing Han also maintained an account on Patreon where she had 2, 743 patrons who paid to view her artwork. On her Patreon profile page, she explained that the contributions she received went mostly to saving up for her cancer treatment:

“I kinda got stage 4 Fibrosis Sarcoma cancer and it’s not the best xD;. Any support is super appreciated :D.”

She also worked for the animation studio, titmouse, according to Mashable.

Qing Han was always open about her health issues. On her Instagram profile page, she informed visitors that she was a “Professional doodler” and a “4x open heart surgery survivor.” She underwent heart surgery multiple times due to a “genetic heart condition,” Mashable reports. She announced on Instagram in December last year that she had been diagnosed with terminal stage IV fibrosis sarcoma cancer. Despite the diagnosis, she continued to remain in good spirits, creating and sharing her art online. She also continued to update her fans and social media followers about the progress of her medical treatment that included chemotherapy.

So when her social media account went silent suddenly, her followers feared something might have happened to her and began making inquiries. Their worst fears were confirmed when her friend Seage took to Twitter on February 10 to announce that Qinni had died. [1]

This page is dedicated to Qing Han (Qinni). May shall rest in peace and you'll continue your art journey in heaven.



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